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FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRXPH FEBRUARY 20,1914.
LOST On Monday evening last, on
train No. 32. between Dalmatla and |
Mllleraburg, small leather-covered
memorandum book about six incnea
long and two Inches wide. Book valu
able only to owner, who will appreciate
If finder will return. J. O. .Bingeman,
IX>BT Scotch Collie, with white
mark on head. Answers to nam« ot
Towser. Reward If returned to No.
2323 North Sixth street.
IiOST Rubber tiro oft of under
taker's wagon. Keward If re
O. H. Sourbier, Undertaker, 1310 North
IX>ST A Shrlner ptn, In the nfish
borhood of 1830 State street. Finder
please return to Mrs. Tirnm, 1830 fetate
LOST Gold bar pin. rosette In cen
ter, containing small diamond. Reward
If left at No. 3 North Market bquare.
LOST A watch fob, sulphur dia
mond keystone with gold band. Re
gard If returned to this office.
GOOD, reliable man to learn tea and,
coffee business. Must furnish bond and
reference. Apply Grand Union Tea Co.,
208 North Second street.
PARCEL. POST means many appoint
ments from the coming Hallway Mail
Clerk Examinations Tn Harrisburg.
Commence $75.00 month. Common edu
cation sufficient. Sample questions—
FREE. Write immediately. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 363-K. Rochester. N. \.
TWO experienced grocery clerks, at
once. Apply S. S. Pomeroy, Market
WE can use a good solicitor all or
part of time to take orders for Engra.v
in* and Embossed Stationery. Harris
burg Embossing Plant, 4 North Fifth,
Mcip Wanted —Female
AN experienced colored cook, with
good reterences. Apply 01- North ,
Front street I
FIFTY experienced operators for
sewing on power machines; paid while
learning. Apply S. Silver, Forster and
Cowden streets. t
LADIES to canvass house-to-house,
take orders. Salary. Apply 407, Pati iot
TWENTY girls over 16 years of age
Apply Silk Mill.
TWO neat colored girls, with good
reference; also cook and second mala.
Sleeping quarters for cook; second maid
must sleep at home. 517 North fcecond
TWO women to assist manager In
educational work. Energy and refine
ment required. Good income and ad
vancement for right person. 1?. H., ill,
caie ot Telegraph.
WHITE woman for general house
work; ho washing; family of three. Au
dress H., 707, care of Telegraph.
Situations VV anted —Male
A POSITION as stenographer by a
young man 18 years of age, a graduate
of a preparatory school. Have also suf
ficient knowledge ot drafting to do be
ginner's work in a drafting room. Mod
est compensation expected to begin.
Address E. F., care of Telegraph.
A YOUNG man desires position on
fruit farm. Understands trimming,
spraying and cementing. Address P.,
704, care of Telegraph.
BY experienced poultryman, position
on poultry farm. Rudolph Cuna. 776
Mohn street, Steelton.
COLOKED boy wishes position as er
rand boy or around office. Call 809
South Tenth street
POSITION as chauffeur by colored
man, experienced— Address, or caH, 1404
STRONG, reliable, steady boy, 18
vears of age, desires position of any
kind paying fair wages; capable of
driving single or double team; can fur
nish reference if required; experienced
in driving grocery delivery wagon. Ad
dress A. W. F., 408 Chestnut street.
YOUNG man desires position of any
kind; good education and can furnish
reference. Call, or address, L. R. Gil
bert, 1812 George street.
BY white woman, position as house
keeper in hotel or private family, in or
out of city; best of references. Address
H., 703, care of Telegraph.
CHILD'S nurse or mother's helper
wishes position. Address 1., y99. care
of Telegraph. .
COLORED woman desires cooking or
general housework. Call, or address,
1112 North Seventh street.
GENERAL housework or day's work,
by colored woman. Address No. 107
LADY, experienced In stenography
and general office work, desires posi
tion. Can furnish the best of refer
ences. Address G. N. E., care of Tele
MIDDLE-AGED widow, with child,
desfres position as housekeeper; can
give best of reference. Address 0., 709,
eare of Telegraph.
WASHING to do at home, or any kind
of work. Call 622 Hamilton street.
WOMAN wants cooking to do by the
day or week. Call, or address, 622
YOUNG girl wants general house
work. Call, or address. 324 Christian
street, Steelton, Pa.
YOUNG lady, 25 years old, wishes
light office work. Understands type
writer. Or telephone operator in hotel
or private office. Good references. Ad
dress C. A. N., care of Telegraph.
YOUNG woman desires washing and
ironing to do at home. Apply 1812
v LIVE, hustling men and women
anxious to make money. One hundred
per cent, profit. Address The Robert
Supply Co., P. O. Box 25, Maclay Station,
FOR splendid high-grade article:
needed in every church, school and
home. Write for particulars. Tuec
Company, Lancaster, Pa.
A MAN living in Harrisburg to take
orders in this city for well-known ar
ticle In everyday use In nearly every
home; state age, experience and salary
expected. Apply to No. 710, care of
Rooms For Rent
ONE large front and one small room,
second floor; one large bay window
room, third floor; quiet, private home;
hot water heat; use of phone. 117 Pine
NEELY LIVERY STABLES
117 to 121 S. Second St, Harrisburg
Business and buildings will be sold together or sena
Business can be bought and buildings leased at a rea
MILLER BROS. & NEEFE
FEDERAL SQUARE HARRISBURG
FURNISHED ROO. or en
suite; all convenle; including
phone; reference requires Apply 1015
North Front street.
TWO unfurnished rooms, suitable for j
light housekeeping, with use of bath.
Apply 1402 Market street.
TWO rooms, single or communicat
lng. 222 Pine street
Apartments For Rent
COMFORTABLY and conveniently ar
ranged apartment, four rooms and tiled
bath, with all modern conveniences; I
electric lights; plenty of steam heat;
locker in basement; centrally located;
Immediate possession or April 1. Apply
Penna. Realty Co.. 132 Locust street. j
COMMODIOUS second floor apart
ment, Front and Herr streets; large
front porch overlooking river; electric ,
light and gas; hardwood floors. Also
garage In rear for rent. T. B. Rocka
fellar. Second and North streets.
A GOOD, second-hand Underwood
typewriter or typewriter of other make,
ir in good condition. State make of
machine and lowest cash price. U., No.
1008, care of Telegraph.
HOUSE on Hill, must be in good re
pair and good location, need not be
large, from March 1 or April 1. Ad
dreas H., 995, care of Telegraph.
AN opportunity to increase your bual- j
ness 100 per cent, by using Steel Die
Embossed Stationery. Phone 3652 for
prices. Harrisburg Embossing Plant,
4 North Fifth street, Harrißburg. Pa.
FOR SALE Small lunch room in
good section of city, doing good busi
ness; can be bought cheap; owner leav
ing city. Address "Lunch," care of
ANY intelligent person can earn good
income corresponding for newspapera;
experience unnecessary. Send for par
ticulars. Press Syndicate. 793, Lock
port. N. Y.
I MADE $50,000 in five years in the
mail order business, began with $5.
Send for free booklet. Tells how. Hea
cock, 355 Lockport N. Y. _
MOVING PICTURE THEATER; best
offer takes it; 225 seats; no opposition;
fully equipped; doing good business.
Garden. Mt. Joy. Pa.
AND RUGS on your iloor with latest
improved electric cleaner service. Ex
perienced operators with machines.
Furniture repaired and finished. A.
Levin, 230 South street. iicll phone
11. IV. I.ATim, lioardinx Stable and
Nutioual TruuNlrr Co. Movers of
pianos, sales, boilers and general haul
ing. H. W. loathe, Manager, Fifth and
Woodbine streets. Bell phone No.
FOR falling hair try Gross' Quinine
Hair Tonic, prepared by Gross, the
Druggist and Apothecary, 119 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa. Telephone
orders given prompt attention. Bell,
AVE are now Renovating Feathers,
Making Pillows and Folding Feather
Mattresses at the corner of Tenth ana
Paxton streets, near Cameron. B. J.
WORKS DRESSMAKING SCHOOL
CAN take a few more students. Perfect
uiting is taught Uelokc saving. Make
your entire dress while learning. Don't
deiay coming, 22 North Fourth street
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
with best material and by expert help.
Send us your worn furniture. Our best
ettorts insure your satisfaction. S. N.
Cluck, 320 Woodbine street.
Real imitate For Sale
TWO fine homes, will be finished
March 15. Nine rooms and latest and
only practical, common sense bath
room. Steam heated; large tront and
back porches; ornamental fixtures
tnrougnout; reception hall; open stair
case; laundry room and stationary
wash tubs, outdoor sleeping chamber
with south side exposure, slao 16xii; 12
minutes by trolley to Market Square.
For further information call P. Vander
loo, Masonic Temple Building, Tlilrd and
SUBSTANTIAL built 9-room houseand
bath; finished throughout In chestnut;
combination electric and gas fixtures;
steam heat; water; lot, 41x180, with ad
joining vacant plot if desired; large
concreted barn witn water and elec
tric; good chicken houses. Corner
Twenty-ninth and Canby streets, Pen
brook. Apply 2837 Penn street, Pen
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
SPECIAL PRICE INDUCEMENTS TO
QUICK BUYER for 1815 Whitehall
Street. 3-story brick dwelling front
ing on Reservoir Park. A delightful
i location. Miller Bros. & Neefe, Federal
( Square, Harrisburg.
INVESTMENT FOR SALE SSOO
cash is all that Is needed to buy two
houses on paved street, ten minutes'
walk from center of city, that will yield
11 pel - cent, on your investment. A.
jW. Swengel, 219 South Thirteenth
LOTS FOR SALE
40x115 FT., south side of 2% Street,
145 ft. north of Brookwood St, one
square from Derry St. trolley. Special
Bargain price. Miller Bros. & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
INVESTMENT New property
brick all improvements tenants
; pay rent yielding 8.5 per cent, after
deducting taxes, water rent, Insurance.
Price, $1,700 and $2,300. Bell Realty
I Co., Bergner Building.
DOUBLE BRICK HOUSE FOR SALE;
jnew; well arranged; Improvements;
I porches; either one or both can be
bought; now yielding over 8 per cent,
net investment. Bell Realty Co., Berg
$2,400 WILL BUY a suburban prop-'
erty 3-story frame houea porchea
—cemented cellar furnace heat
lot, 40x130 work shop fruit oil
trolley line. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
THREE-STORY brick house No.
239 N. Fourteenth street 9 rooms
bath gas electric light furnace.
Price reasonable. Look at No. 2038
Green street. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
2460 N. SIXTH ST. 3-story brick—
-8 rooms, bath and furnace front and
rear porches drive alley on rear
lot. 15x115. Price, $3,100.00. Brlnton-
Packer Co., Second and Walnut streets.
THREE-STORY brick House, with
improvements, on main thoroughfare,
within five minutes' walk of Capitol,
suitable for professional man. Poulton,
Hatter, 6 North Third street.
LOOK at No. 1512 Hunter street. Thia
property can be bought at very reason
able price. 9 rooms bath gas
furnace lot, 20x100 porch. Bell
Realty Co., Bergner Budding.
THREE LOTS, 30x120 ft., in South
Erlington. Must be sold to settle up
estate. Apply to A. D. Zinn, Lemoyne.
Real hstate hor bale
LOTS I'OH SALE
EDGEMONT LOTS AT BETTER
THAN BARGAIN PRICES get our
list and figures. Miller Bros & Neefe,
Federal Square, Harrisburg.
SI,BOO WILL BUY a suburban house
on trolley line 8 rooms bath
furnace two porches lot, 20x160.
Only S3OO cash needed. Bell Realty Co.,
NO. 422 HARRIS STREET corner
property 9 rooms and bath. Now la
your time to buy thia property at at
tractive price. Bell Realty Co., Bergner
lAHOE FARM, one and half miles
east of Halifax. Good buildings, fine
water, plenty of fruit. Very cheap.
Easy terms. Address M. M. Mattls, Mil
1919 DERRY STREET 3-story
frame dwelling and store room—stable
on rear. Brlnton-Packer Co., Second
and Walnut streets.
Real Estate For Rent
HOTEL FOR RENT Temperance
House, located in Tower City, contains
19 rooms in first-class condition. Re
cently overhauled. Large dining-room,
two parlors, steam heat and electric
light. Stable with accommodations for
14 horses, auto shed, etc. Address Mrs.
D. E. Kaufman, Tower City, Pa.
LARGE brick dwelling house, on
Derry street near Twenty-fourth
street; all Improvements; large yard
and plot for garden; good stable and
poultry houae; open surroundings; very
desirable; rent reasonable. Apply at
Harrisburg Trust Company.
1839 Zarker St $20.00
185 North Fifteenth St 18.00
1734 Market St 30.00
J. E. GIPPLE.
Real Estate Wanted
SIX OR SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. Must
be in good condition. On Hill pre
ferred, fifteen or twenty minutes from
P. R. R. Station. Rental reasonable.
Address Y., 706, care of Telegraph.
RELIABLE party would like to rent
large house in or near heart of city.
Would like to have possession now or
April 1. Address R. K., care of Tele
TRUNKS, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases,
Gloves. Sole, Harness and Strap
Leather. Calfskin, Kip, Do-tgola, Waxed
Upper and Sheep Skins. Leather Sample
Cases and Leather Specialties made to
order and repaired. Harrisburg Har
ness and Supply Co., Second and Chest
ONE BLACK HORSE, 7 years old,
sound and all right; one bay mare,
heavy with foal, and single line leader;
one bay pacing horse, with speed and
style. Call at Stahler's Store, Fort
Hunter. Pa. Call after 5:80 P. M. For
sale by J. Q. Baker.
GLASS window signs. Furnished
Rooms, Unfurnished Rooms, Rooms and
Board and Table Board, at 25c each.
One of these signs will be given with
each six-time order for a classified ad.
if paid in advance. Inquire at Office of
CIGARS. For a limited time only, we
arte giving 12 of our Havana Combina
tion 5-cent Cigars Free with each order
for one Box of 50 of our 4%-lnch Per
fecto Cigars, at one Dollar per box,
postpaid. Snell & Company, Red Lion,
RESTAURANT, centrally located;
well established trade on paying basis.
Owner leaving city March 1, object in
selling. Sacrifice cash price to quick
buyer, $425. Address X., 701, care of
ONE-H.-P. Gasoline engine and "Posi
tive" power wash machine. Engine
capable of running small machinery as
well as washer. Address K., 708, care
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE five
rooms complete no reasonable offer
refused. Reason for selling, leaving
city. Address H„ 702, care of Tele
ONE of the moat prominent houses for
transient and permanent trade in the
city of Harrisburg. Address R.. 923,
care of Telegraph.
ONE font of 10 pt. and one font ot
12 pt. O. S., with Antique Linotype
Matrices. The Telegraph Printing Co„
ONE 7%-H.-P. Wagner A. C. Ingle
phase and one 3-H.-P. D. C. motor. Ap
ply Cowden & Co., Ninth and Herr
LODGE ROOM furnishings, altars,
chairs, etc. Inquire J. H. Troup Music
House, 15 South Market Square.
AN Upright Chlckerlng Piano, in fine
condition. Apply 400 North Front
street, Steelton, Pa.
NEW speeding sleigh at a bargain.
—PPIy Dr. Oyler's' Stable, 331 Black-
I berry avenue.
FOR SALi£ CARDS on sal* at the
Telegraph Business Office.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT on the
corner of Third and Cumberland
streets. No. 1200. Show windows Bide
and front. In a live part of Harris
burg. The largest and best market
house, two of the best banks and many
first-clasß business ho"ses in the same
square. In center of population. Size
of room 33x100 ft. 14-ft. ceiling. Up
to-date in every particular. Kent from
April 1, $125 per month, Including heat
J. S. Slble, 206 Herr street
FOR RENT Desirable offices In the
Telegraph Building, singly or en-sulte.
Inquire at Business OlVlce.
ROOMS FOR KENT CARDS can oe
secured at the Telegraph Business
HARRISBURG STORAGE CO. Two
large brick warehouses, built ex
pressly for storage. Private ooina
for household goods and unexcelled fa
cllltles for storing a'l kinds of mer
chandise. Low dtorage rates. South
8t: and Penr-. R. R.
IN 3-story brick building, rear 40H
Household goods In clean, private
rooms. Reasonable rates. Apply to
P. G. Dlener, Jeweler, 408 Market St.
STORAGE 419 Broad street for
household goods and merchandise. Pri
vate rooms. $1 to <3. Wagons 76 centa
per month. Apply D. Cooper & Co.. 41'
Broad street. Both phones.
MOI JY TO LOAN on Real Estate
security in any amounts and upon any
terms to suit borrower. Addreas P. O.
Box 174. Harrisburg. Pa.
Money to Loan
PROFIT-SHARING LOAN SOCIETY
WE HAVE ORIGINATED a new plan
of loaning money by which borrowers
share profits of lenders. Legal rates,
easy terms, confidential. Offices. Rooms
6-7, > North Market Square.
HOFFMAN Mercy M. Hoffman (nee
Coulter), wife of George R. Hoffman,
of Philadelphia, died Thursday, Feb
ruary 19, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Gerge H. Biles, 1907
Green street, Harrlsbur-
Services Saturday evening, at 7:30,
1907 Green street. Burial at Allentown,
Pa., Sunday. February 22. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend with
out further notice.
RUTHERFORD On Wednesday. Fee
ruary 18. 1914, Margaret Brown, wife
of John Q. A. Rutheford, Sr., aged 67
Funeral Saturday afternoon, Febru
ary 21, at 1:30 o'clock. Services at
the residence, Rutherford Station, and
1 1,, p-.- f" Cl-i'r-ll On-rpvfifrl
AUTOMATIC SIGNALS j
Complete Rearrangement Will Be
Necessary on Main line of
As a result of the introduction of
automatic signals at a number of
points along, the main line and
branches of the Pennsylvania railroad
an extensive rearrangement of op
erators and tower forces will be neces
sary. It was announced to-day that a
new schedule is now being arranged
by the various division operators
which will become effective on or
about March 1.
At the offices of the Philadelphia
division this morning a statement was
issued to the effect that at present no
definite conclusion had been reached
regarding changes. There have been
transfers made and Bome telegraphers
placed on the extra list. In towers
having in charge automatic signals
covering from live to ten miles of
tracks reduction of forces has re
sulted, but In most oases positions
have been furnished the men whose
services at the towers were no longer
On the Middle division an eleven
mile section, between Lewistown Junc
tion and Denholm, was recently placed
under automatic, control. As a result
of this Improvement three towers will
be put out of service and twelve men
will be effected. On this division It is
said that from twenty-five to fifty men
will be subject to change. At the
Pennsylvania Railroad offices and
along the main line telegraph op
erators In the employ of the Pennsy
are anxiously awaiting orders affect
ing their future positions.
Dissolution Decision Soon. —The
hearing in the Government suit to dis
solve the relations between the Read
ing Railway, the Central Railroad of
New Jersey and their subsidiary coal
companies at New York yesterday was
devoted to the reading of documentary
evidence. It was announced that at
the conclusion adjournment would be
taken until March 2, when the Gov
ernment expects to complete ita case.
Pennsy Sells Coal Lands. —The fifty
ninth annual report of the Northern
Central Railway, completed at Phila
delphia yesterday, shows $1,703,071 net
income, a decrease of $122,361. This
is equal to 8.8 per cent, upon the
stock, and after 8 per cent, dividends
were paid the surplus was absorbed
by sinking funds and expenses of bet
Passenger Agent Edward F. Dun
lap, of the- Philadelphia division was
in Philadelphia to-day.
Miiton T. Robinson, of the legisla
tive board of the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen, has returned from
Ephraim N. Jones, 504 Calder
street, a retired passenger engineer of
the Pennsylvania railroad, who has
ben ill, is recovering.
The regular fourth Sunday meeting
of Lodge No. 574, Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, will be held Sun
day afternoon, February 227 at <l2l
In tlie District Court of the United
States for the Middle District, of
Pennsylvania ln Bankruptcy, No.
2602—1n the Matter of Ch&s. 8. Fohl,
PUBLIC SALE OF HEAL ESTATE
THE undersigned Trustee will expose
at public sale, In front of th 6 Court
Harrisburg, Pa., on Wednesday, March
4, 1914, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following
described real estate:
All that certain lot-or piece of land,
situate in the Ninth Ward, of the City
of Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Penn
sylvania, bounded and described as fol
Beginning at a point on the west side
of North Seventeenth Street 78 feet
south of the southwest corner of Sev
enteenth and AValnut Streets, at the
southern line of property No. 90 North
Seventeenth Street: thence weetwardly
along the line of said property, through
the center of the frame partition wall
between said property and the property
herein described. 80 feet to a 10 feet
wide alley, thence southwardly along
the line of said alley 14 feet, more or
less, to line of property No. 86 North
Seventeenth Street: thence eastwardlv
along the line of said property, through
the center of the frame partition wall
between said property and the property
herein described, 80 feet to Seventeenth
Street; thence northwardly along Sev
enteenth Street 14 feet, more or less,
to the place of begirtning; having there
on erected a three-story frame and
brick dwelling house, numbered 88
North Seventeenth street.
The above described real estate will
be sold free and clear of all incum
TERMS: 10 per cent, on day of sale,
and balance thereof on confirmation by
HARRY A. BOYER.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiv
ed by the School District of the Bor
ough of Dlllsburg, York County, Penna.,
until 12 o'clock noon, Friday, March 13,
1914, for the erection and completion
of an eight-room School Building, at
Dlllsburg. Pa. The Drawings and
Specifications for which can be had
from Hauer & Mowere, Architects, 829
Cumberland St., Lebanon, Pa.
At the same time and place will also
be received separate bids for the Heat
ing and Ventilating Plant. Plumbing
and Electrical Work for the said Build
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids and to return un
opened any bid or bids which may be
received after the time hereinbefore
Mark envelope containing bids "Pro
posal," and address to
W. P. DEARDORFF,
NOTICE Letters Testamentary on
the Estate of William Sheesley, late of
Harrisburg. Dauphin county. Pa., de
ceased, having been granted u> the un
dersigned residing in Harrisburg, Pa
all persons indebted to said Estate are
requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims will present
them for settlement, to
J. HARRY SHEESLEY.
Ninth and Hemlock Streets-
EDMUND J. MILLER.
660 Race Street,
D. S. SEITZ.
Estate of Isabella Stout, late of Har
risburg, Pa., deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary upon the Estate of said
decedent have been granted to the un
deralgned. All persona Indebted to said
Estate are requested to make payment,
and those having claims or demands
against the same will make thsm
known without delay, to
JOHN E. PATTERSON,
No. 222 Market Street.
Harrisburg, Pa. I
ANNUAL MEETING ~~ !
Harrisburg. Pa., February 16, 1914.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Harrisburg Railways Company, for
tho election of Directors, and the trans
action of such other business us inay
come before the meeting will be held
Tuesday, the 3d day of March, 1914, at
the office of the Company, in the City
of Harrisburg. at 10:00 o clock A. M.
By order Board of Directors.
J. O'CONNBLL, ,
Railroad Clerk Has
Battle With Big Eagle
By Associated Press
Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 20. S. L. Mc- ]
Donald, a clerk in .the Pennsylvania'
railroad offices here, was scratched
and cut to-day when he attempted to
capture a large eagle that had
Bwooped down from the hills above
the Union Station and alighted on a
McDonald opened the window and
attempted to drag the bird Into his
onui, out it fougm so flrecely he was
compelled to release it. McDonald's
injuries were dressed by a physician.
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Division—lll crew first
to go after 2 p. m.: 130, 101, 113, 107,
116. 110, 103, 102, 127, 119, 114, 105.
Englnaers for 102, 118, 124.
Firemen for 102, 111, 113, 11J.
Conductors for 116, 124, 126.
Flagmen for 101, 118.
Brakemen for 110, 111,113, 116, 127.
Engineers up: Sober, Yeater, Mc-
Guire, Newcomer, Shefter, Black,
May, Keane, Maxwell. Howard, Gable,
Lefever, Balr. Relsinger, Happersett,
Wenrick, Downs, Blssinger, Gray, Mc-
Gowan, Kautz, Treeni, Clehr, Baldwin.
Firemen up: Eekman. Sheaffer. John
son, Rost, Manghes, Klllian, Tennant,
Kinrlch, Glllums, Henry, Gonder, Jack
son, Brelnlnger, Menear. Miller, Ress
ler, Newman, Hoyles, Deltrlch, Kuta.
Conductors upt Fink, Stauffer.
Brakemen up: Smith, Gilbert, Deng
ler, Collins, Murray, Hivner, Dowhower,
Preston, AVynn, Shope, Moore, Kerstet
ter. Bainbridge, Hubbard, Miller.
Middle Division—2l7 crew first to go
after 2 p. m.: 245, 236.
Conductor for 10.
Engineer up: Steele.
Firemen up: Stober, Grubb, For
sythe, Lukens, Lilian, Dyslnger, Brasel
marin, Hunter, Parsons, Snyder, Kep
ner, Stemler, Hoover, M. W. Z Hoffman,
S. H. Hoffman, Sholley.
Conductor up: Wleand.
Brakemen up: Henry, Walk, Quay.
Sutch, Kllck, Shearer, Harner.
Yard t rews —To go after 4 p. m.:
Engineers for 707, 574, 118, 1368.
Firemen for 2800, 1886, 707.
Engineers up: Kuhn, Pelton, Shaver,
Landis, Hoyler, Beck, Blever, Blosser,
Rodgers, J. R. Snyder, Loy, Meals,
Stain, Swab, Silks, Crist, Harvej-, Saltz
Firemen up: Crawford, Rauch,
Welgle, Cookerley, Maeyer, Sholter,
Snell, Bartolet, Hart, Barkey, Sheets,
Balr, Klerner, Eyde, Knupp, Haller,
Philadelphia Division—246 crew first
to go after 1:15 p. m.: 245, 261, 210, 242,
229, 263, 241, 211, 221, 216, 247, 231, 260,
238. 230, 225, 209, 243, 206.
Engineers for 206, 208, 223, 226, 261.
Firemen for 206, 211, 219, 242, 245, 251,
Conductors for 216, 229, 230, 241, 242,
Flagmen for 20S, 237, 242.
Brakemen for 206, 20S, 209, 259, 231,
Conductors up: Hlnkle, Lewis, Lay
Flagmen up: Krow, McCann, Reltzel.
Brakemen up: Casey, Calfaunt, Mc-
Illroy, Hovel, Decker, Short, Goudy,
Albright, Boyd, Doestler. Crook, Burd,
Malseed, Robinson. Hardy, Brenner,
Meisenbaugh, Reinsch. Wheatfield,
Brownawell, May, Whissler, Meyers.
Middle Division —234 crew first to go
after 1:45 p. m.: 250, 247, 223, 232 231,
237, 227, 401.
Harrisburg Division —4 crew first to
go after 2:45 p. m.: 5, 7, 6. 3, 8.
Helpers' crews: Freed, Wynn, Fer
East-bound, after 3:45 p. m.: 70, 57,
64. 56. 63, 71, 68, 65, 54.
-F/iTglneers up: Bonawitz, Pletz, Wyre.
Firemen up: Nye, Kelly, Longnecker,
Ely. Harner. Lower, Murray, Miller,
Hoffman, Chronister, Burd, Brown,
Brakempn up: Martin, Ryan, Hoover,
By Associated Press
Chicago. 111., Feb. 20. Hogs Re
ceipts, 27,000; slow. Bulk of sales, $8.55
®8.65: light, $8.46®8.70; mixed, $8...
8.1O; heavy, $8.|35 • 8.7u; rough, $8.35
8.45; pigs, $7.70^8.60.
Cattle Receipts, 2,000: steady.
Beeves, $email@example.com; Texas steers, $6.90
@8.00; stockers and feeders. $5.50(g)7.90;
cows and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; calves,
$7.50 @ 10.75.
Sheep- Receipts. 14,000; steady. Na
tive. $email@example.com; yearlings. $firstname.lastname@example.org;
lambs, native, $email@example.com.
SENTENCE POLICE OFFICERS
By Associated Press
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 20. —Martin J.
Flanagan, St. Paul's former chief of
police, and Fred Turner, former city
detective, adjudged guilty of bribery
In the third degree by a jury in district
court last night, were to be sentenced
to-day by Judge Morrison. The for
mer police officials weer convicted on
an Indictment charging them with ac
ceptance of $3,000 from an under
world woman for police protection.
WANTS YOUNG MEN TO ENLIST
By Associated Press
Washington, D. C., Feb. 20. —To en
courage young men to enlist in the
navy and, being once in the navy, to
study hard to advance themselves,
Secretary Daniels has proposed a bill
authorizing him to appoint annually
twenty-five young enlisted men to the
Naval Academy as midshipmen.
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STOCKS VERY NARROW
Cessation of Outside Buying Was as Evident in Bonds as
in Stocks; Bonds Steady
By Associated Press
New York, Feb. 20. with a week
end session to-morrow and a holiday
oft Monday, and with no essential
change in the speculative situation,
traders made no attempt during the ■
morning to arouse the market from its '
lethargy. Fluctuations among the 1
well-known stocks were unusually nar- •
row, although the tendency Was upward j
after early hesitation.
A few of the more vulnerable stocks
were weak. Rumley Issues, in particu
lar, reflected uncertainty over the out
look for the company's financial plans.
Cessation of outside buying was as evl- i
dent In bonds as In stocks, and the ]
bears took the ground that there was
I no room for a further advance at pres
ent, but the firm undertone effectively
checked short selling.
Bonds were steady.
Furnlahed by H. W. SNAVEI.Y,
New York, Feb. 20.
~ . Open. 2.30 P. M.
Alaska Gold Mines . 22% 22' A
Amal. Copper 75£ 76
American Beet Sugar 2.1% 23%
American Can 31 31%
American Can pfd.. 92% 92%
Am. C. & F 51% Bllt
Am. Ice Securities.. 32 31%
American Sugar ... 105% 105%
Anaconda 36 % 36%
Atchison ... 98% 98%
Baltimore & Ohio .. 92% 92%
Bethlehem Steel ... 38% 38%
Bethlehem Steel pfd 78 79
Brooklyn R. T 02 % 93
California Petroleum 28 28
Canadian Pacific .. . 214% 214%
Central Leather ... 33 32%
Chesapeake & Ohio 4 64 64%
£k. M ' £ St ',F 103
Chino Con. Copper . 41% 42 ">4
Col. F. & 1./:....... 32% 32%
Consolidated Gas .. 134% 134
Corn Products 12 12
People's Gas & Coke 121% 121%
Pittsburgh Coal pfd 92 92
Pressed Steel Car . 44% 44%
Ray Con. Copper .. 20% 20-ii
Republic Iron & S. 26 26 %
Rep. Iron & S. pfd. 89% 89%
Rock Island 6% 5%
Rock Island pfd> . . 9 % 9 %
Southern Pacific .. 96% 96%
Southern Railway . 26% 26%
Texas CoiriDan.v ... 148% 148%
Union Paclflo 162% 162%
U. S. Rubber 60% 60%
U. S. Steel 66 66
Va. Car. Chem ... 30% 31%
Wabash 2% 2%
Western Maryland.. 30% 30%
Western Union Tel.. 65% 65%
Westinghouse Mfg.. 71% 72
Woolworth 99 99
Distilling Securities ,19 19
g rie 30% 30%
General Electric Co, 149 149%
Goodrich, B. F. .. . 25% 25
Great Northern pfd. 129% 129%
Illinois Central .... 111% 111%
Interboro-Met 15% 15%
Interboro-Met. pfd.. 60% 61%
Lehigh Valley 151% 151
Louis. & Nashville . 136 186%
Mex. Petroleum ... 67% 68%
Missouri Pacific ... 26% 27
Nev. Con. Copper ..16 16%
New York Central .. 69% 69%
Norfolk & Western. 104% 104%
Northern Paclflo ... 116 116
Penna. R f R 112% 112%
By Associated Press
Philadelphia, Feb. 20. Wheat
Firm; No. 2, red, export, 99@99%c;
No. 1, Northern, Duluth, export, $1.04®
Corn Firm; new. No. 2, yellow,
natural, local, 69%@70%c; do., kiln
dried, local, 72@73c.
Oats Firm; No. 2, white, 45%@
Bran Market Arm; winter, per
ton, $firstname.lastname@example.org; spring, per ton,
Refined Sugars Market • firm;
powdered, 4.20 c; fine granulated, 4.10 c;
confectioners' A, 4.00 c; Keystone, A,
Butter The market is steady;
western, creamery, extras, 31c; nearby
prints, fancy, 34c.
Eggs The market is lower;
Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts,
free cases, $8.26 per case; do., current
receipts, free cases, 8.10 per case;
western, extras, firsts, free cases, $8.25
per case; do., firsts, free cases, SB.IO
Live Poultry—Weaker; fowls, 18%®)
19c; young chickens, 15@20c;
brolllne 'hi.ken* i:.' r i,<\ old 1.
ers, 12@lSc; ducks, 19@20c; do., spring
duckK. 16gjil7c, geese, I6iyl7c, turkeys
Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls,
western, fancy, heavy, 18% @ 19c; do.,
medium sizes, 16@18c; do., small,
12@16c; old roosters, 14% c; ruaet
ing chickens, fancy. 19(8>20e; broil
ing chickens, fancy. 20@Z3< do, fair
18@19c; capons, large, 23@25c; d 0.,,
small, 18@20c; turkeys, fancy, 24@26c;
do., fair, 20@23c; ducks, ll@18c: geese,
Potatoes Firm; Wew York and
Eastern, per bushel, 80@85c; Western,
per bushel, 80@85c; Jersey, per basket,
Flour—The market Is firmer; winter,
clear, $email@example.com; straights, Penn
sylvania, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western, $4.25@
4.40; patents, $4.60 (g) 4.00; Kansas
straight, Jute sacks, $4.20@>4.40; spring,
firsts, clear, $4.00®4.25; straights, $4.30
@4.50; patents, $email@example.com.
Hay The market Is firm; tim
othy, No. 1, large bales, $18.00@1850;
No. 1, medium bales, $17.EO@18.00; No.
2, $firstname.lastname@example.org; No. 3. $14.00® 15.00.
Clover mixed: Light mixed, $16.50®
17.00; No. 1, $16.50® 16.00; No. 2, $14.00
A Full Set C
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Plates repaired ou short notice.
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Open Days anil Evenings.
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5 hall, thirteen room (4 with washatands.) Also a lavatory on first floor w
6 bathrooms on second and third floor. Abundant closet space Front §
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CHICAGO BOA.RO OP TRAD!
Furnished by H. W. SUAVELY,
Chicago. 111., Feb. 20.
Open. High. L.ow Clou.
May 94% 94% 94 }4
July 89% 89V4 8»(5 S9H
May 66 66% 65% 66%
July 65% 65% 65% 65%
May 40 40% 39% 40%
July 39% 89% 39% 39%
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